Beulah (real name Beulah Garside), born in 1982 or 1983, is a British female singer-songwriter. She grew up in the Peak District and attended Repton School. This country setting and her family gave her the inspiration for her debut album Mabel and I. The album is a mixture of folksy ballads, jazz and country.
Beulah is a songwriter, singer and producer from Manchester, England. Her career has spanned 15 years and has taken her from the UK to the USA; to Brazil and Japan.
Early years were spent working with Gary Barlow (Take That) and Eliot Kennedy (Bryan Adams & The Spice Girls).
At 22 she moved to London and met Jon Kelly (Kate Bush) and they, along with Universal Records, made her debut album "Mabel & I".
However she spent most of her career in the United States, namely Nashville and Los Angeles, working alongside Grammy Award-winning writer/producer David Foster and songwriter Sarah Siskind ('Simple Love' for Alison Krauss) She was also fortunate enough to sing with Andrea Boccelli.
She has written with many well respected writers such as Crispin Hunt (The Longpigs, Rebecca Ferguson, Rihanna); Steve Booker (Duffy) and Amy Foster (Michael Buble, Katy Perry).
She is currently working alongside BAFTA- and Oscar-winning Exec Producer Maggie Monteith (Searching for Sugar Man) amongst others, as she enjoys her move into film and television.
Mabel and I is an album by country singer-songwriter Beulah. The album was released on the 6 June 2005 underneath Universal Classic and Jazz. The first and most well-known single from the album, "Stay", was released 13 February 2006 and is used on many compilation albums. The album includes:
- I Can't Wait
- Leaving Home
- Sweet Kinda' Something
- Never More
- Miss Me No More
- Lazy Days
- You're Gone
- Broken Seams
- Mabel and I
On 1 December 2013 Beulah released her second album on iTunes. The album includes:
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